As the pandemic continues to overwhelm countries around the
world and more people forced to work from home, students have also been forced
to continue studying from home in one way or another. For students, Netflix
wants to help them continue learning while at home by availing some of their documentaries
directly on YouTube.
These are mostly educational documentaries, aimed to teach
students a thing or two but there’s also binge-worthy for the rest of the
population as well.
“We hope this will, in a small way, help teachers around
the world,” the company said in a statement.
One of the freely available documentaries is Abstract: The Art of Design, an awesome docuseries that dives deep into the world of design.
The series was first released in 2019, with Season 1
featuring 8 full episodes. It explores the mind of the world’s greatest
designers, and dives “beyond blueprints into the art, science, and philosophy
Another binge-worthy docuseries available is called Explained.
Explained is a docuseries for curious minds, which explores a variety of interesting
topics from politics, to science, to history and even pop culture.
In total, the company has availed 10 different documentaries
on its YouTube channel.
Here’s the full list;
- 13th (Film)
- Abstract: The Art of Design (Docuseries, only Season 1)
- Babies (Series, select episodes available)
- Chasing Coral (Film)
- Explained (Series – select episodes)
- Knock Down the House (Film)
- Our Planet (Series)
- Period. End of Sentence. (Short)
- The White Helmets (Short)
- Zion (Short)
Each documentary has its own educational materials available, to be used by both teachers and students.
You can use this link to access all the educational Documentaries available on YouTube courtesy of Netflix.
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